What It’s Like to Ride the Subway for 14 Hours; City’s First Food and Drink Museum to Open in Williamsburg

Posted On Tue, September 8, 2015 By

Posted On Tue, September 8, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Mapping the 900 million Wi-Fi signals in the world’s biggest cities. [Business Insider]
  • The Museum of Food and Drink is opening its first permanent space, called Mofad Lab, in Williamsburg this October. [NY Times]
  • Here’s what it’s like to the ride the longest known subway route — 54.6 miles, 54 transfers, 13 hours and 48 minutes. [WNYC]
  • Time Warner Cable is launching a 24-hour Pope channel. [NYDN]
  • Take a look at every state’s unofficial slang word. New York’s is “mad,” i.e. “De Blasio seems mad chill.” [Slate]
  • Was East End Avenue ever hip? [LLNYC]

Images: Subway (L); Rendering of the Museum of Food and Drink (R)

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